How are the Concerns of Asian Americans Being Considered Ahead of the 2020 Elections? 2019-09-18
Andrew Yang and Kamala Harris have brought Asian American identity into a new national focus.
Former South Carolina Governor Mark Sanford believes the cancelation of Republican primaries in four states is anti-American.
Over the past few years, a growing number of local TV meteorologists have been discussing climate change as part of their regular weather forecasts.
New tensions come almost a year after Saudi Arabia killed The Washington Post journalist Jamal Khashoggi.
A new report shows how the web of Amazon contractors makes it difficult to track crash data.
The Trump Administration's Federal Court Strategy: 150 Judges Confirmed So Far 2019-09-17
What does the Democrats' strategy look like in the lead-up to 2020?
In cities like Seattle, St. Louis, and Houston, newly elected prosecutors are building more expansive databases to track dishonest officers.
As the natural environment is changed by a warming planet, indigenous communities often suffer disproportionately.
Uber and Lyft have vowed to spend $30 million to fight the bill.
Climate Change is Making Children Anxious 2019-09-16
And they want to do something about it.
The PBS documentary “Raúl Juliá: The World’s a Stage” paints a portrait of a trailblazing Latino performer, who consistently emphasized his Puerto Rican identity in his acting roles.
The UAW previously went on strike in 2007 and, notably, 1970. How does today's strike compare?
A new report points to the companies' profits — and their potential influence in Washington.
Politics with Amy Walter: Democratic Candidates Battle It Out in Houston
The third Democratic primary debate is behind us now--all three hours of it. On Thursday night, the top ten polling Democratic candidates met in Houston, Texas. And for the first time, frontrunners Joe Biden, Elizabeth Warren, and Bernie Sanders shared a single stage. So, did anything from the latest debate reshape the battle for the nomination? That’s the question at the center of today's show.
We also look at how the caucus process works in Nevada and what we might expect in the first primary state, New Hampshire. Finally, a conversation about the Democrats and impeachment, in light of the House Judiciary Committee vote this week to move forward with an impeachment inquiry.
, senior politics writer for FiveThirtyEight
, former aide to the Hillary Clinton Campaign
, staff writer at The Atlantic
, caucus director for the Nevada State Democratic Party
, founding partner of New Deal Strategies
, founder and CEO of Civix Strategy Group
, Congress reporter for Politico
Why Are People Leaving Some of Biggest U.S. Metro Areas? 2019-09-12
New data from the Census Bureau shows that populations are declining in some of the biggest metro areas in the country, like New York City, Chicago, and Los Angeles.
The spy was removed by the CIA from Russia in 2017.
The film's writer and director, Lorene Scafaria, hired the stripper Jacqueline Francis to consult on the movie. Jacqueline ensured that the film dealt with the subject honestly.
Israel's prime minister announced Tuesday that he will move to annex part of the occupied West Bank if he wins the election next week.
Las Vegas telemarketer Richard Zeitlin and his companies have taken nearly 90 percent of what they've raised for for charities and super PACS.